Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi. He was accompanied by his deputy Ajit Pawar and senior Congress chief Ashok Chavan. Thackeray additionally met PM Modi individually for round 10 minutes.
Talking concerning the assembly, Thackeray mentioned the meet was “private” and never political in nature. He mentioned that they don’t seem to be politically collectively, however the ‘bond will not be damaged’, including that he has good relations with the Prime Minister.
“We is probably not politically collectively however that doesn’t imply our relationship has damaged. ‘Fundamental koi Nawaz Sharif se nahi milne gaya tha’ (I didn’t go to satisfy Nawaz Sharif),” Thackeray replied to a query about assembly PM Modi individually.
Earlier right now, Thackeray mentioned points associated to the Maratha reservation, Metro automobile shed and GST compensation with the Prime Minister at latter’s official residence 7, Lok Kalyan Marg.
“Mentioned points associated to the Maratha reservation, Metro automobile shed, GST compensation with the prime minister,” Thackeray mentioned. He mentioned the state authorities desires to maneuver the automobile shed to Kanjur. The state and the Centre each declare the land as theirs.
Thackeray mentioned the problem of giving Marathi the standing of classical language can be pending with the Centre. He mentioned the Prime Minister assured to look into these points.
Thackeray heads an alliance authorities of the three events – the Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress. After the Meeting elections in November 2019, the Shiv Sena give up the NDA and sided with then rivals NCP and Congress to type the federal government.